Carol Angrisani

Center Store Editor,
Supermarket News
Unilever: Ecommerce a must
Companies that don’t build an online business could lose some of their brick-and-mortar business. “Lose online; lose offline,” Doug Straton, Unilever’s director of North American e-Commerce Center of Excellence, said in a Shopper Marketing Summit presentation.
Dorothy Lane adds new meal deals
Dorothy Lane has enhanced its prepared food meal deals by offering more variety, and using color-coded signage.
Retailers cater to Greek yogurt fans
Retailers are capitalizing on the Greek yogurt craze with store brand versions of the high-protein dairy item.
Price Chopper hosts Facebook nutrition chat
Ellie Wilson, Price Chopper’s senior nutritionist, hosted a live Facebook nutrition chat Friday.
IRI: Tide Pods top highest revenue nonfood launches
For the first time, three home-care products — Tide Pods, Ajax Triple Action and Downy Infusions — were named to IRI’s Top 10 list of the most successful nonfood product launches.
Safeway touts sustainable sourcing
Safeway is promoting the fact that its Safeway Home Softly bath and facial tissue, and Safeway Home Thirsty paper towels, are produced to the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council and the Rainforest Alliance.
New cash incentive apps gain traction 
Point. Click. Save. That’s part of the appeal of new cash-incentive smartphone apps that have hit the market.
Marsh to accept unused medicine
Marsh will accept unwanted medications for proper disposal this weekend.
H-E-B launches organic store brand
H-E-B has introduced a storewide, private label organic brand.
Craft breweries unite for joint brews 
Collaborative beers are created through the partnership of two or more breweries. Thanks to an innovative move by Heinen’s Fine Foods, retailers can also be part of the team.
The practice of consumer neuroscience
Carl Marci is co-founder and chief science officer of Innerscope Research, which uses biometrics, eye tracking, facial coding and other techniques to predict consumer behavior.
Behind the scenes at the Retail Academy
Walmart, Food Lion, Ahold, Family Dollar and Safeway are among the 15 food retail chains participating in the “Retail Academy” at the Shopper Marketing Summit.
Hannaford offers free produce
Hannaford is offering $10 worth of free produce to shoppers who join “Healthy Saver Plus,” its discount prescription drug program.
Dannon Light & Fit tops new product list
Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt tops IRI’s list of the most successful food product launches last year.
Food Lion quizzes shoppers on sustainability
Food Lion is incentivizing consumers to learn about sustainable fishing practices by offering a chance to win a free one-year supply of groceries.
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